• By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    DEMOCRATS RUNNING FOR MARYLAND GOVERNOR CRISSCROSS STATE IN FINAL PUSH FOR VOTES

    Democrat Krish Vignarajah was at the Baltimore Farmers' Market and Bazaar on Sunday morning, seizing the opportunity to meet a relatively...

    Democrats, Market, Election, Running
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    MAN DIES IN FALL AT ROCKS STATE PARK IN HARFORD COUNTY

    A man died Saturday evening after falling while climbing the King and Queen seat in Harford County's Rocks State Park, according to...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    TWO KILLED IN BALTIMORE COUNTY CRASH OVERNIGHT; INVOLVED DRIVER WILL BE CHARGED, POLICE SAY

    Two people were killed early Sunday morning in a crash involving two vehicles on Interstate 83 near Ruxton Road in Baltimore County....

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR A SEAT ON BALTIMORE COUNTY'S FIRST ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD

    Following a year when a former school superintendent was sentenced to prison and the school board often erupted in verbal battles,...

    Running, Election
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    REPAIRS FOR WATER MAIN BREAK WILL CLOSE W. COLD SPRING AT JFX UNTIL TUESDAY

    Roadway repairs involved in a water main break in the area of W. Cold Spring Lane at the JFX will close the roadway until Tuesday,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    MARYLAND BOARD OF ELECTIONS SAYS ADDRESS, PARTY CHANGES FOR MORE THAN 18K VOTERS WEREN'T RECORDED

    Officials with the Maryland State Board of Elections said Saturday that more than 18,700 people who updated voter registration information...

    Election
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    MAN DIES IN FALL AT ROCKS STATE PARK IN HARFORD COUNTY

    A man died Saturday evening after falling while climbing the King and Queen seat in Harford County's Rocks State Park, according to...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    TOY-COLLECTING COUPLE IN TOWSON IN SEARCH OF DOLLS, TRAINS AND TREASURES OF THE PAST

    They came pushing metal grocery carts filled with worn cardboard boxes and large paper shopping bags, unearthed from basements and...

    Boxing
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 24, 2018

    BALTIMOREANS, NATIVE AND NOT, JOIN TOGETHER FOR WORLD REFUGEE DAY FESTIVAL

    These are unsettling times for some refugees and immigrants in this country, and there were reminders of that at Highlandtown's Creative...

    World, Art
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    MARK TRUMBO, CHRIS DAVIS SUPPLY BIG SWINGS AS ORIOLES HOLD ON FOR 7-5 WIN OVER BRAVES

    What does it take to fix a beleaguered batter, or for that matter, a team full of them? For Mark Trumbo and Chris Davis, a pair of...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    JUDGE ORDERS HARFORD COUNTY TO RELEASE PERMITS FOR HOUSING BUILT IN DISPUTED JOPPATOWNE SUBDIVISION

    A federal judge has given a partial victory to the developer of a Harford County subdivision that some residents had opposed, calling...

    U.S.
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    PEDESTRIAN, 86, STRUCK AND KILLED IN COCKEYSVILLE; SECOND INJURED IN ELKRIDGE COLLISION

    An 86-year-old pedestrian was struck and killed in Cockeysville, and another was injured in an Elkridge collision overnight, police...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    MAN SHOT IN THE LEG IN WEST BALTIMORE

    A man was shot in the leg in West Balti

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    JURY MAY NOT HEAR ALL EVIDENCE AGAINST BOYFRIEND ACCUSED OF KILLING HOWARD COUNTY TEACHER

    A Maryland jury may never hear two of the more startling details in the murder case against Tyler Tessier, who is accused of killing...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    BAD-BLOOD FEUD FLARES BETWEEN PROGRESSIVES VALERIE ERVIN, BEN JEALOUS AS MARYLAND GOVERNOR'S RACE NEARS END

    Valerie Ervin may have dropped out of the race for governor, but she has not backed down. Ervin is trying to harness the attention...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    A BIG-MONEY CHALLENGER ROILS SOUTHEAST BALTIMORE'S ELECTION WITH FOCUS ON CRIME, SAFETY

    From mailboxes to doorways, billboards to yard signs, Baltimore's 46th District has been flooded with the image and name of Nate Loewentheil...

    Election, Barack Obama
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    DOCUMENTING THE SLAVE TRADE PAST OF BALTIMORE, AND HOMEWOOD

    Baltimore's role in the 1800s slave trade is documented in a new exhibition at the Homewood Museum on the Johns Hopkins University...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    MANNY MACHADO HITS TWO-RUN HOMER IN 15TH, ORIOLES EARN 10-7 MARATHON WIN OVER BRAVES

    It was deep in the falling action when Friday turned into Saturday at SunTrust Park and Manny Machado homered in the 15th inning to...

    Running, Marathon
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    JURY MAY NOT HEAR ALL EVIDENCE AGAINST BOYFRIEND ACCUSED OF KILLING HOWARD COUNTY TEACHER

    A Maryland jury may never hear two of the more startling details in the murder case against Tyler Tessier, who is accused of killing...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Jun 23, 2018

    EX-BALTIMORE COUNTY MAN TIED TO WIFE'S DECADE-OLD MURDER BY DNA EVIDENCE IS SENTENCED TO 30 YEARS

    A Baltimore County judge has sentenced a former Perry Hall man convicted of killing his wife to 30 years in prison, prosecutors said....